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Schalke vs Eintracht Frankfurt live stream, predictions & team news | Bundesliga

By Harry Edwards

Schalke vs Eintracht Frankfurt live stream, predictions & team news | Bundesliga

Published: 18:33, 13 May 2021

Eintracht Frankfurt take their quest for Champions League football to Gelsenkirchen on Saturday to face Schalke (2:30pm kick-off UK time).

Adi Hutter’s side are just one point behind Borussia Dortmund with two games left to play, while Schalke are rooted to the bottom of the table.

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Where to watch Schalke vs Eintracht Frankfurt on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport Extra 2
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: Schalke 0-3 Eintracht Frankfurt

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Schalke vs Eintracht Frankfurt build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Schalke’s current Bundesliga tenure has just two games left, with the Royal Blues looking to end on a high. However, that hasn’t been happening with the Gelsenkirchen club losing their past four games. Last time out they were beaten by Hertha Berlin having taken an early lead, their 11th home Bundesliga defeat of the season.

The hosts’ form will encourage Eintracht, who dropped out of the Bundesliga’s top four last weekend, having looked a certainty for Champions League football at one point in the season. Eintracht drew 1-1 with Mainz, allowing Dortmund to leapfrog them with a win over RB Leipzig and take control of the top four race. The Eagles have also been in poor form on the road, losing their past two matches away from home.

  • Schalke (vs Hertha Berlin): Fahrmann; Oczipka, Mustafi, Sane; Becker, Flick, Idrizi, Kolasinac*; Harit; Hoppe, Huntelaar.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt (vs Mainz): Trapp; Hasebe, Hinteregger, Tuta; Durm, Rode*, Sow, Kostic; Kamada; Jovic, Silva.

Mark Uth is available after suspension but Sead Kolasinac is now out for an accumulation of yellow cards. Nabil Bentaleb, Hamza Mendyl, Nassim Boujellab, Omar Mascarell and William are all out injured.

Sebastian Rode is the only doubt for Eintracht while Evan N’Dicka is back from suspension.

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Players to watch:

  • Schalke: The final home game of the season is usually a time for clubs to show their appreciation to departing players and that will almost certainly be the case this weekend as Klaas-Jan Huntelaar graces the Veltins-Arena turf for potentially the last time. In December, while still at Ajax, the Huntelaar announced he would be retiring at the end of the season, but it appears he may have had a slight change of heart, with Schalke hoping they can persuade him to stay for another year. The decision is likely to come after the season is over, so it would make sense for Huntelaar and Schalke to treat this as his final home match, to avoid the Dutch striker leaving football without the ceremony a player of his stature deserves.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt: From one striker to another, Luka Jovic is also nearing the end of his spell with Eintracht, scheduled to return to parent club Real Madrid in the summer – though his future there is less than certain. Jovic returned to Frankfurt in the January transfer window on a short-deal loan and has re-found some of his happiness in front of goal, scoring four times in 17 Bundesliga matches. On Saturday, he’ll have a chance to add to that tally against his favourite Bundesliga opponent. The Serbian has scored six goals in five Bundesliga games against Schalke, his best record, including a brace in the reverse fixture this season, his first game back at Eintracht.

Bundesliga 2020/21 recent form:

  • Schalke: LLLLW
  • Eintracht Frankfurt: DLWLW

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